This introductory text introduces a historical and systems perspective to the interaction between the social science community and the law by discussing history, due process, civil law, and much more. With unique chapters that introduce the reader to the American legal system and to the relationship between the law and the social sciences, the reader will come away from the text with an appreciation of the intimate interrelationships between the field of psychology and law.Leah Wallach is the author of 'Psychogical Problems, Social Issues and Law', published 2001 under ISBN 9780321056726 and ISBN 0321056728.
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